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cytotechnology

(sī″tŏ-tĕk-nŏl′ō-jē)
Microscopic examination of cells to identify abnormalities.
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Isoda, "Anti-proliferative and apoptotic effects of oleuropein and hydroxytyrosol on human breast cancer MCF-7 cells," Cytotechnology, vol.
Does onsite cytotechnology evaluation improve the accuracy of endoscopic ultrasound-guided fine-needle aspiration biopsy?
It also operates a hospital-based school of nursing and schools of medical technology, cytotechnology, and histotechnology.
Yamaguchi et al., "Effects of Korean white ginseng extracts on obesity in high-fat diet-induced obese mice," Cytotechnology, vol.
This atlas contains eight chapters by electrical engineering, cytotechnology, and pathology specialists from the US, who detail the history of the pap smear, its future, and the potential impact of automation and digitization in the field, and the new method of telePAPology, which uses automated cellblock preparations of liquid-based and conventional samples to produce virtual slides, and its integration with the Bethesda reporting system.
Harpole, PhD, Michelle Tucci, PhD, Hamed Benghuzzi, PhD University of Mississippi Medical Center, Jackson, MS 39216 EVALUATING EFFECTIVENESS OF LABORATORY TRAINING OF 22 CYTOTECHNOLOGY STUDENTS USING TURNINGPOINT, A PRODUCT OFFERING OF TURNING TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Sudarsanam, "Exploring the stem cell and non-stem cell constituents of human breast milk," Cytotechnology, vol.
P Jin et al., "Establishment and biological characteristics of Ujumqin sheep fibroblast line," Cytotechnology, vol.
The first cytotechnology student, a native of Cusco, Peru, completed her yearlong course of study in May 2011 and has since assumed the post of full-time cytotechnologist at the clinic.
Basic veterinary cytotechnology. In: Campbell TW, ed.
Begun in 1993, the goal of the project is to identify and describe the literature of the allied health professions, including well-known professions such as physical therapy and occupational therapy and lesser-known professions such as cytotechnology, perfusion, and diagnostic sonography.